A native corn that was selected in 1845 by a American Farmer. This corn is great as corn on the cob when it is young, it is not as sweet as those sickening sweet hybrids that you get today, but it taste like, well corn and not sugar. Dried it makes the another great colored flour, and you thought that pancakes on came in white, you have lots to learn. 100 days.
|Lifecycle:||1 (0: N/A, 1: annual, 2: perennial, 3: biennial)|
|Pests and Diseases:||corn worms|
We grow and sell our own seeds and then turn them into nursery products, which we sell and then all that becomes produce.